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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1989;10(1): 64-78.
부모의 온정 및 통제와 아동의 역량에 대한 자기자각
Children's Self - Percieved Competence and Their perception of Parental Warnth and Control
In Sook Kong
The present study investigated children`s self-perceived competence as related to (1) their perception of parental warmth and control (2) age and sex of child (3) the relationship of this perception to parents` educational level and children`s sex. The subjects were 303 fourth and sixth grade children selected from three elementary schools in Seoul. The instruments were a children`s self-perceived competence scale, and a perception of parental warmth and control scale. Frequencies, percentiles, mean, t-test, one-way-ANOVA, and Scheffe′-test were used for data analysis. There were significant differences in children`s self-perceived competence by perception of parental warmth and control. The children who perceived more parental warmth and control perceived themselves higher in cognitive and social competence and in self-worth. Children whose parents` were college graduates perceived highest parental warmth. Fourth grade children perceived themselves higher than sixth grade children in cognitive competence and in global self-worth. Boys perceived themselves higher than girls in physical competence. Boys perceived higher parental control than girls.
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